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A past study on 26-31-year-olds found that 57% were having children outside of marriage, but new analysis shows that those in “areas with the greatest income inequality” are the most likely to have a child before marriage.

Jul 20 2016

A past study on 26-31-year-olds found that 57% were having children outside of marriage, but new analysis shows that those in “areas with the greatest income inequality” are the most likely to have a child before marriage. Young women living in those areas were 15-27% less likely to be married before having a child. Area with high unemployment rates also see higher rates of children outside of marriage, likely because men are less likely to be seen as “marriage material” when their earning potential is low. Those that did not graduate from college were also more likely to have a child outside of marriage. (The Atlantic